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[Sweclockers]Mobile Pascal will be available in mid June

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Reliable Sweclockers have spoken with their sources.
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Sweclockers have earlier revealed that Nvidia plan to announce Pascal for mobile computers at Computex in May 31st. Hard launch is said to a bit later and according to our sources in the industry, Nvidia have told their partners that June 16th will be the date when products with mobile Pascal will be available for purchase.

http://www.sweclockers.com/nyhet/21820-nvidia-geforce-pascal-for-barbara-datorer-slapps-i-mitten-av-juni

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Edited by iLeakStuff - 3/3/16 at 1:16pm
post #2 of 34
So no Desktop GPUS then? Is it that hard to build?
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So no Desktop GPUS then? Is it that hard to build?

Wasnt they suppose to be revealed at Computex too or is it now just mobile?
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Wasnt they suppose to be revealed at Computex too or is it now just mobile?

Thats what I knew too! Gimme the new cards!
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Sounds like they don't either don't have interposers / or enough HBM, GDDR5X isn't ready, or they are having some real issues with the silicon coming out and are having to cut a lot of the dies down.

Or any combination of the above and more..
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And people thought we'd have a Pascal Titan by April lachen.gif
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Sounds like they don't either don't have interposers / or enough HBM, GDDR5X isn't ready, or they are having some real issues with the silicon coming out and are having to cut a lot of the dies down.

Or any combination of the above and more..

Or, the rumors that they were announcing desktop parts were wrong and they are still on schedule with no problems at all. It may very well be that Nvidias schedule and the "news" sites schedules aren't the same.
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And people thought we'd have a Pascal Titan by April lachen.gif


the Tesla are mostly first to get released. In all respect with Tesla out, that means titan is ready. Whether or not they want to release it is a different thing altogether
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post #9 of 34
That really depends on what TSMC's yields look like. Didn't nVidia have to scrap GK100 and use GK110 for their Oak Ridge delivery which was due in no small part to TSMC's initial yield issues with 28nm?

I imagine if GP100 is a >500mm² behemoth, and with TSMC's checkered past, they're gonna have to harvest every single working die for the Tesla parts, with nothing left for GeForce until much later.
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That really depends on what TSMC's yields look like. Didn't nVidia have to scrap GK100 and use GK110 for their Oak Ridge delivery which was due in no small part to TSMC's initial yield issues with 28nm?

I imagine if GP100 is a >500mm² behemoth, and with TSMC's checkered past, they're gonna have to harvest every single working die for the Tesla parts, with nothing left for GeForce until much later.
That big a die on a new node? I don't think they want a Fermi scenario all over again but Nvidia has a history of bringing big chips on new nodes. Though this trend ended in the consumer space with Kepler.
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